If the vast majority of drivers despise red-light cameras, then why do governments insist on forcing them upon us? This does little more than undermine the Rule of Law while fanning distrust and animosity.
[su_note note_color="#daf2fd" radius="2"]Chances are your city is already hoovering up license plate images on every street, but there are few regulations to prevent it. Any city council could stop this unConstitutional practice cold, if they would dare to make a protest.
Amazon is providing police with blanket surveillance in neighborhoods but homeowners bear the cost of installing its Ring cameras that replace doorbells with Internet connected cameras. Privacy? Forget it!
It’s now clearly stated that the Military will join law enforcement and DHS to locate and deter narcotic trafficking and homeland security threats, but at the expense of tracking everything, everywhere.
As police departments are further militarized and as training is increasingly degraded, overreactions are common and atrocities against innocent citizens are seen more frequently across the nation.
There are no regulations preventing neighborhood watch groups from purchasing their own license plate readers and surveilling every car that drives through. Law enforcement can tap into such systems even if prohibited from using the identical technology.
Boise City Hall will use cameras and AI to identify anyone who has been banned from entry. This most certainly violates the First Amendment right “to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
San Diego leaders override the U.S. Constitution and the Second Amendment by passing an ordinance requiring that all guns in every home be securely locked up and stowed. Other cities having similar laws include Seattle and New York.
Technocrats believed their own twisted logic and it came around to bite them. For all hype, promises and millions spent, predictive policing is finally being recognized as a total scam.
Law enforcement has little restraint in using technology that is known to have serious accuracy problems, as is the case with AI performing pre-crime predictive analysis, lie detection and facial recognition.